Cette œuvre courte est le premier jet d’un manuscrit d’Aaron Swartz, rédigé pour la collection « Synthesis Lectures on the Semantic Web » à l’invitation de son directeur, James Hendler. Malheureusement, le livre n’a pas été terminé avant le décès d’Aaron en janvier 2013. En son hommage, le directeur et l’éditeur publient l’œuvre numérique gratuitement. Extrait de l’introduction de l’auteur : « ... nous commencerons par essayer de comprendre l’architecture du... Topics: Histoire du Web, Applications Web, Web sémantique, Web history, Web applications, Semantic Web
This is the original text, in markdown syntax, of an unfinished book by Aaron Swartz written in 2009 - the copyright belongs to Morgan & Claypool publishers, but is shared via CC-BY-SA-NC. A PDF version, nicely set and copyedited is available from http://www.morganclaypool.com/toc/wbe.1/3/2 -- this is the original file that is based on. Topic: aaronsw
An unfinished book by Aaron Swartz. -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Aaron Swartz BookDate: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 11:31:57 -0800From: Michael Morgan To: Hi Brewster, I recall that at Books in Browsers I offered to send you a copy of the book that Aaron Swartz was writing for us at the time of his death and that we have released as a free digital file. I believe that you were planning a commemoration of the anniversary of his death and thought you might want to post it in connection with... Topic: aaron swartz
On today's podcast, I read read my obituary for Aaron Swartz, and the afterword he wrote for my upcoming novel, Homeland. I met Aaron when he was 14 or 15. He was working on XML stuff (he co-wrote the RSS specification when he was 14) and came to San Francisco often, and would stay with Lisa Rein, a friend of mine who was also an XML person and who took care of him and assured his parents he had adult supervision. In so many ways, he was an adult, even then, with a kind of intense, fast... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: corydoctorow, podcast, homeland, little brother, homeland, aaronsw
Aaron Swartz and Brett Bonfield (a librarian) discuss ways they can help to eliminate corruption in government. At the time, Swartz was beginning to assist with the formation of Change Congress, which seeks to reduce the influence of lobbyists and PACs, end earmarks, support public finance for political campaigns, and promote transparency within congress. Bonfield was in favor of making it easier to prosecute corrupt officials by creating technology that ensured anonymity for whistleblowers... Topic: aaronsw
from Wikipedia: Aaron Hillel Swartz (November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013) was an American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist. Swartz was involved in the development of the web feed format RSS, the organization Creative Commons, the website framework web.py and the social news site Reddit, in which he was an equal partner after its merger with his Infogami company. Swartz also focused on sociology, civic awareness and activism. In 2010, he became...
WBEZ contributor Lew Koch interviewed AAron Swartz for Eight Forty-Eight in 2001, when he was just 14. Source link: https://soundcloud.com/wbez/from-the-archives-aaron-swartz Topics: AAron Swartz, Lew Koch
Noah Swartz reads the afterword to Homeland (http://craphound.com/homeland) contributed by his brother, the late Aaron Swartz. This is from the independent audiobook, read by Wil Wheaton. Topics: aaronsw, homeland, science fiction, ya